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Nyitólap » 2015 » December » 30 » VA - The Ultimate Jazz Archive, Set 11 [4CD] (2005) Membran Music
VA - The Ultimate Jazz Archive, Set 11 [4CD] (2005) Membran Music
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A The Ultimate Jazz Archive egy öszzesen 168 (!) lemezből álló - tehát igazán átfogónak tekinthető - válogatás, melynek tizenegyedik része a blues zene meghatározó előadóinak világába kalauzol.


Set 11 - CD 1: T-Bone Walker

Az északi és a déli bluesnak is kiemelkedő alakja, egyik megújítója volt Aaron Thibeaux Walker (1910-1975), akiről a pályatársak és szakírók úgy vélekednek, hogy ha mást nem is csinált volna, csak megírja a Stormy Monday Blues-t, már akkor is eleget tett volna a műfajért. Természetesen nemcsak ezért az egy számért került a blues és a rock halhatatlanjai közé. A Rolling Stone magazin kétszer is minden idők legjobb száz gitárosa közé választotta.


Tracklist:

01 - Trinity River Blues (1929)
02 - Wichita Falls Blue (1929)
03 - T-Bone Blues (1940)
04 - I Got A Break Baby (1942)
05 - Mean Old World (1942)
06 - Low Down Dirty Shame (Married Woman Blues) (1944)
07 - Sail On Boogie (1945)
08 - Mean Old World Blues (1945)
09 - You Don't Love Me Blues (1945)
10 - T-Bone Boogie (1945)
11 - I'm Still In Love With You (1945)
12 - Evening (1945)
13 - My Baby Left Me (Blues) (1946)
14 - Come Back To Me Baby (Blues) (1946)
15 - She's Going To Ruin Me (Blues) (1946)
16 - I Can't Stand Being Away From You (1946)
17 - No Worry Blues (1946)
18 - Don't Leave Me Baby (1946)
19 - Bobby Sox Blues (1946)
20 - I'm Gonna Find My Baby (1946)

Set 11 - CD 2: Josh White

Joshua Daniel White (1914-1969), known as Josh White , was an American singer, guitarist, songwriter, actor, and civil rights activist. He also recorded under the names "Pinewood Tom" and "Tippy Barton" in the 1930s. White grew up in the South during the 1920s and 1930s, he became a prominent race records artist, with a prolific output of recordings in genres including Piedmont blues , country blues , gospel , and social protest songs. In 1931, White moved to New York, and within a decade his fame had spread widely; his repertoire expanded to include urban blues , jazz , traditional folk songs , and political protest songs. He soon was in demand as an actor on radio, Broadway , and film. White also became the closest African-American friend and confidant to president Franklin D. Roosevelt . However, White's anti- segregationist and international human rights political stance presented in many of his recordings and in his speeches at rallies resulted in the McCarthyites utilizing the pretext of labelling him Communist to slander and harass him. Accordingly, from 1947 through the mid-1960s, White became caught up in the anti-Communist Red Scare , and combined with the resulting attempt to clear his name, his career was damaged. .


Tracklist:

01 - Black And Evil Blues (1932)
02 - Howling Wolf Blues (1932)
03 - Greenville Sheik (1932)
04 - Double Crossing Woman (1932)
05 - Lazy Black Snake Blues (1932)
06 - Downhearted Man Blues (1932)
07 - Low Cotton (1933)
08 - Lord, I Want To Die Easy (1933)
09 - My Father Is A Husbandman (1933)
10 - Welfare Blues (1934)
11 - Stormy Weather No.1 (1934)
12 - Friendless City Blues (1934)
13 - Milk Cow Blues (1935)
14 - Badly Mistreated Man (1935)
15 - New Milk Cow Blues (1935)
16 - Black Man (1935)
17 - Bed Springs Blues (1935)
18 - Paul And Silas Bound In Jail (1935)
19 - Did You Read That Letter? (1935)
20 - Silicosis Is Killin' Me (1936)

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Set 11 - CD 3: Blind Willie McTell

Blind Willie McTell (born William Samuel McTier; 1898-1959) was a Piedmont and ragtime blues singer and guitarist. He played with a fluid, syncopated fingerstyle guitar technique, common among many exponents of Piedmont blues, although, unlike his contemporaries, he came to use twelve-string guitars exclusively. McTell was also an adept slide guitarist, unusual among ragtime bluesmen. His vocal style, a smooth and often laid-back tenor, differed greatly from many of the harsher voice types employed by Delta bluesmen, such as Charley Patton. McTell embodied a variety of musical styles, including blues, ragtime, religious music and hokum.


Tracklist:

01 - Rough Alley Blues (1931)
02 - Experience Blues (1931)
03 - Painful Blues (1931)
04 - Low Rider's Blues (1931)
05 - Georgia Rag (1931)
06 - Low Down Blues (1931)
07 - Rollin' Mama Blues (1932)
08 - Lonesome Day Blues (1932)
09 - Mama, Let Me Scoop For You (1932)
10 - Searching The Desert For The Blues (1932)
11 - Warm It Up To Me (1933)
12 - It's Your Time To Worry (1933)
13 - It's A Good Little Thing (1933)
14 - You Was Born To Die (1933)
15 - Lord Have Mercy If You Please (1933)
16 - Don't You See How This World Made A Change (1933)
17 - Savannah Mama (1933)
18 - Broke Down Engine (1933)
19 - Broke Down Engine No. 2 (1933)
20 - My Baby's Gone (1933)
21 - Love-Makin' Mama (1933)
22 - Death Room Blues (1933)
23 - Lord, Send Me An Angel (1933)

Set 11 - CD 4: Big Bill Broonzy

Big Bill Broonzy (1893-1958) was a prolific American blues singer, songwriter and guitarist. His career began in the 1920s when he played country blues to mostly African-American audiences. Through the 1930s and 1940s he successfully navigated a transition in style to a more urban blues sound popular with working-class African-American audiences. In the 1950s a return to his traditional folk-blues roots made him one of the leading figures of the emerging American folk music revival and an international star. His long and varied career marks him as one of the key figures in the development of blues music in the 20th century. Broonzy copyrighted more than 300 songs during his lifetime, including both adaptations of traditional folk songs and original blues songs. As a blues composer, he was unique in that his compositions reflected the many vantage points of his rural-to-urban experiences.


Tracklist:

01 - Too Too Train Blues (1932)
02 - Worrying You Out Of My Mind (Part I) (1932)
03 - How You Want It Done (1932)
04 - Bull Cow Blues (1932)
05 - Long Tall Mama (1932)
06 - Good Jelly (1935)
07 - Rising Sun Shine On (1935)
08 - Good Liquor Gonna Carry Me Down (1935)
09 - Friendless Blues (1934)
10 - Mississippi River Blues (1934)
11 - Come Home Early (1937)
12 - Southern Flood Blues (1937)
13 - Horny Frog (1937)
14 - It's Your Time Now (1938)
15 - W.P.A. Blues (1938)
16 - Big Billy Blues (1946)

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